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What Boys Can Learn From Girls’ Lacrosse

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A men’s lacrosse game may attract larger crowds but listen up, boys– there is a lot that can be learned from girls’ lacrosse and by no means should the female version of the game be ignored or downplayed. There are some key differences between boys and girls lacrosse – from the physicality allowed to the sticks used to the rules enforced –that have changed the way girls are playing the game…and in a good way. Read More…

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Why Coaches Need Training, Too


Released only days ago, the 2011 US Lacrosse Participation Survey reported that more than 680,000 athletes participated on an organized lacrosse team in 2011, which is an increase of approximately 60,000 players since 2010. This represents the largest one-year increase since US Lacrosse began tracking national data in 2001. Read More…

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Drop that Stick: Lacrosse Success Begins with Bare Hands

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What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you think about lacrosse? The most common answer would probably be a player scooping and tossing a ball with their stick. In fact, most people would likely say that lacrosse revolves around having exceptional stick-handling skills. Read More…

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